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Learn the Strategies to Get Through the Toughest Interviews in the World

Coding interviews can be nightmarish, especially if you decide to wing it and go in without a plan. It only takes a weekend to sharpen your skills, and these jobs are worth it.

Coders with half your skill are getting better jobs than you because they know how to work the interview

It’s true: you’re probably not going to write bubble sort for your day job and yes, having to solve this algorithm in an interview can be frustrating. It’s why so many programmers settle for jobs that suck and don’t pay well: they’re not willing to deal with the seemingly random questions asked by interviewers.


Here’s the thing: these questions are designed to frustrate you. If your ego is blocking you from trying to tackle bubble sort then the question has done its job of weeding you and your ego out.

People fail these interviews because they don't have a plan.

Live coding a complex problem in front of someone is nerve wracking and if you let your nerves get the better of you, you will bomb!


There are ways to get yourself unstuck and out of a jam! Sure you might be a great coder, but all it takes is the wrong question and boom - game over!

People fail these interviews because their ego gets the better of them

We often think arrogance is a toxic personality trait - but that's not entirely true. Shy people who don't say much are often thought of as arrogant. People who are nervous or anxious will often act in ways construed as arrogant too! And then, yes, some people think way too much of themselves.

Learn the Skills to get the best job in the world

I've been creating videos since 2007, producing content that is laser-focused, briskly-paced and tightly edited. You won't get any "hey guys what's up" YouTube-y crap here - these videos are all about you, and moving you through a grueling process with ease.

18 lessons and over 5 hours of video

01 Review

Understand the core programming concepts you need to pass a coding interview. This means no more guessing when it comes to knowing the type of problem you’re facing but also common solutions.

02 Preparation

Prepare and study so you can know your timing, recognize strategies and what questions to ask. This will help you remain calm and focused, which every interviewer loves to see.

03 Study, Study and Study!

Study, study, study. You’ll run problems along with me, hopefully practicing in real time. You’ll think out loud so your interviewer knows what you’re thinking, which means you can also get them to help you along when you need it.

04 Some help from Jon Skeet

More practice, but with Jon Skeet. We’ll be joined by my friend Jon who works at Google and interviews people regularly. You’ll see how he solves 4 commonly asked questions and what he would expect as an answer.

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I bought your first book in 2016 or 2017. Loved it because of the videos back then. Bought the interview prep videos on your website recently as well. Your books over the years, videos, and a little bit of leetcode... plus my 10 years of experience got me a job at AWS the first time through.

Back then, your first book got me over the imposter syndrome I had. Being self-taught, I had a lot of doubts, coupled with being a javascript developer and getting a lot of flack from backend engineering. That's all noise now to me, I know my worth. Have for a while. Now I try to help others see that too.

I just wanted to apply and see what happens at Amazon.  I figured I wouldn't get through their big process, or they wouldn't employ remote. Their process took a while, but after the loop, I ended up in a situation where multiple teams pitched me to join their team, rather than the one I applied for. So I got to pick the team to join, and it turned into me interviewing them.


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So, who am I to be showing you all of this stuff?

I’m Rob Conery and I’ve been building software for 25 years and I’ve failed technical interviews routinely. I failed Google’s interview 3 times before making it past the technical round. I failed Microsoft once in 2005 as well, before making it through in 2006.

I’ve learned these things the hard way.

In 2009 I cofounded Tekpub, specializing in high-quality video productions focused on technology. We were acquired by Pluralsight in 2013.

In 2014 I decided to write *The Imposter’s Handbook*, finally taking the time to backfill the computer science concepts that I had always wanted to learn - and it’s been the absolute highlight of my career! I’ve sold almost 25,000 copies to date, helping developers just like you all over the world.

I’m a relentless learner and sometimes annoyingly curious!

Here's The Entire Course Structure

The job won't come to you, you need to go get it! Study up and make some magic!

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